Thursday, March 24, 2016

India clinch last-ball thriller #IndvsBan

India clinch last-ball thriller 


    Terror strike in a series of explosions in Brussels airport and a city metro station killing 35 persons makes for front page news in all the dailies this morning."Mayhem in Brussels: 35 killed as multiple blasts hit airport, metro"leads the Asian Age."Brussel Shattered"writes the Tribune.The paper also writes that the"comic city has no laughter today.""Revenge? Jihadis attack Europe,again"is the lead headline in the Times of India.
    In  related stories the Statesman writes "India joins world in condemning terror attacks.""Prime Minister to go ahead with Brussels visit"."Stocks drop on Brussels attack,safe havens rise"leads the Financial Express adding "gold,bonds and yen up on fears of imminent follow up attacks."
    "Mehbooba, Prime Minister clear decks for Jammu and Kashmir government"informs Hindustan Times."Mehbooba set to be Chief Minister after a meeting with Prime Minister"states the Indian Express.
    The Asian Age reports that newly appointed law commission chairman Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan said that the sedition law which has come under focus, after the JNU row needs "reconsideration".
    The Hindustan Times writes in an interesting story write of how the police saved 23 kids  from Maoist recruitment drive at Jamti village in Jharkhand's Gumla district.
    The Hindu reports that Aung San Suu Kyi will be the Foreign Minister in Myanmar's first civilian government for decades.
    The Times of India quotes Mumbai doctors as saying that "4 of 6 drugs given to patients are found to be ineffective in 70 percent of deadly TB cases".
    Commenting on Delhi's traffic the Pioneer writes "Delhi traffic caves in", adding that a major part of the capital came to a standstill as portion of Bharion Marg gave way again.
    The Times of India informs that from April 1 be prepared to shell out more to see the Taj Mahal in other centrally protected monuments across India.
    And finally, the Hindustan Times reports that the upcoming long weekend thanks to the festivals of Holi and Good Friday has resulted in spurt in travel bookings, in line with the recent holiday trend of quick gateways.

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